I bought a couple of T-58 dry yeast packets (Fermentis) because they were on clearance. I've discovered that they're best for brewing Belgians, but I don't like this style.
T-58 is my preferred yeast for hard cider, if you're into that kind of thing. The slight clove flavor pairs well with the apples, and it doesn't like fermenting to dryness in apple must.
Sounds like a tasty combo. I'll have to give this a try. What temp do you ferment at for cider? Ever bottle carb using the T58 - can you get a carbonated cider that doesn't end up bone dry with this yeast?